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Thank you Walter
Regards John
BTW, each and everybody who finds an error in this guide please feel free to report it so it can be corrected. Let's have a continuous improvement process.

d:-)
Disregard - reposted in the correct place.
(04-13-2015 03:19 PM)John Galt Wrote: [ -> ]Are you willing to correct those errors?

If you put it in the right thread, maybe.

d:-)

(Edit: Disregard - John found the right place in the meantime.)
(04-13-2015 03:22 PM)walter b Wrote: [ -> ]
(04-13-2015 03:19 PM)John Galt Wrote: [ -> ]Are you willing to correct those errors?

If you put it in the right thread, maybe.

Am I to understand that you are unwilling to correct those errors? If not, kindly provide a link to "the right thread".
I think Walter is referring to the thread about the 34s pdf manual:

(04-13-2015 03:25 PM)John Galt Wrote: [ -> ]... kindly provide a link to "the right thread".
maybe this one ?
WP 34S Owner's Manual v3.3 (pdf!)

Exactly
(04-13-2015 03:38 PM)Sanjeev Visvanatha Wrote: [ -> ]I think Walter is referring to the thread about the 34s pdf manual:

I see. Thank you Sanjeev!
(04-13-2015 09:12 AM)walter b Wrote: [ -> ]BTW, each and everybody who finds an error in this guide please feel free to report it so it can be corrected.

On page 22 under "Example R1 (continued)", the sequence:

2RCL/19

is intended to recall r19 (containing 136) and divide it by two. However, it actually divides two by r19, producing the result 0.0147...

P.S. Welcome home!
Thank you, Walter - it's a fine document. Vielen dank!
Thanks for reporting - you're right.

It will read like this in the next edition:

.5 RCL*19

And the display shall be 68, of course. I should do all my examples manually

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Edit: Also the first example printed on p. 22 isn't optimum. So p.22 will be updated in next edition.
Hello Walter,
Thank you
Bernd
Page 22 is updated. Are there any other errors you found? Further remarks?

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I just discovered the announcement, successfully downloaded the pdf (after discovering that MS OneDrive has a hidden option for this) and browsed through it a bit. Reminds me of the wonderful manuals of the old hp calculators, also full of well-explained examples.

Thanks a lot!

Helmut
Nice informative contents.
Thank you so much, Walter!

May I ask the inclusion of simple integral and differential examples on the next iteration of this guide?
Perhaps charging a low fee per download was a good idea too. Protecting the document download operation with a password would keep away the ones that don't really want to use the book.

Seconded.

BTW: Excellent manual. Thank you
(04-09-2015 07:59 PM)walter b Wrote: [ -> ]Here's the link to the guide. Thanks to Bob for hosting. Enjoy!